From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
His art deals with the socially and culturally marginalized, as in the occult, hermetic, outdated or the unconscious. His favorite painting motifs are traditional German costumes and family idylls, clowns, grandmothers and sexually charged motifs. He counts occult figures such as Aleister Crowley among his influences. 2010 he reproduced Crowley's Chambre des Cauchemars of the Abbey of Thelema in a gallery space. He has also built a life-sized grandmother doll.
In 2010 he created the avant-garde salon Wonderloch Kellerland in his Berlin apartment. There he showed works by Bob Rutman, Josef Kramhöller, Friedrich Schröder Sonnenstern and Martin Kippenberger, the Slowenian artist group Laibach, as well as a group exhibition of Austrian artists curated by Elke Krystufek and Stefan Bidner. Since 2011 a Wonderloch Kellerland satellite, run by Hans-Peter Thomas, exists in Los Angeles. Both spaces are included in the Art Spaces Directory, New Museum New York (Catalogue).
Between 2008 and 2010 René Luckhardt curated a number of group exhibitions together with artist Heike Kelter. (Transzendenz Inc. catalogue)
2012 he curated his own early works at Austrian gallery Bernd Kugler, exposing himself as reincarnation of Expressionist painter Egon Schiele.